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Kazys Venclov

Born in 1962 In the village of Pasertupis, Kretinga district

Since 1990 Member of the Union of Lithuanian Artists

He works as a teacher at the branch of Justinas Vienožinskis art school in New Vilnius.



1982 - 1988 studied sculpture at the State Art Institute

1975 - 1982 studied at MK Čiurlionis Art School

Personal and group exhibitions

Since 1990 participates in exhibitions and international symposia in Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia, Germany, Italy, France, Finland, Slovakia, Sweden, Great Britain, Russia, Japan. Organized nine personal exhibitions.

Scholarships and awards

2021 of the creation of the monument to Antanas Smetona and its access to the building on Gediminas Ave. 13, in Vilnius, the winner of the competition for the artistic-architectural idea of installation

2015 first place in the competition for the memorial sculpture of the graves of soldiers of the Lithuanian army, Antakalnis cemetery, Vilnius

2012 Lithuanian Artists' Union golden badge no. 037

2011 Sculpture Section of the Vilnius Branch of the Lithuanian Artists' Union, Vilnius Sculptors' Club and St. John Street Gallery exhibition-competition  "SCULPTURE OF THE YEAR 10", nomination for the best object of 2010

2010 Republic of Lithuania state scholarship for artists

2009 Diploma of Excellence 1st Online Contemporary Art Biennale Competition/Exhibition 2008-2009

2003 First prize for fire sculpture at the international symposium "Sharing experiences. Iron, Fire, Glass" Halleforsn, Sweden

2001, 1999 Sculptors Prize at the 8th and 10th International Wood Sculpture Competition, Liffol le Grand, France

In 1997, the state scholarship of the Republic of Lithuania was awarded to young artists

1996 diploma at the international sculpture quadrennial "Cross-Roads", Riga 96', Latvia

1996 First prize at the 7th International Sculpture Symposium, Budduso 96', Italy

1990 Grand Prix at the international sculpture symposium "Wood-90", Voru-Kiidi (Estonia)

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